FACTS Ed provides Title I/III Instructional Services that are driven by student scholastic data with a foundation in research-based resources and proven instructional strategies. We customize our services and supplement instruction to deliver the most effective and engaging experience possible for your students. We also work with you to maximize federal funding opportunities in order to meet the needs of your students, parents, and teachers.
Through consultation, we work with you to create a custom program or enhance a current program that will best fit your students’ needs. We offer three tiers of intervention:
- Tier I: Classroom Instruction. Students receive high-quality instruction in a regular classroom setting. An academic baseline is established and student growth is routinely monitored through ongoing assessments.
- Tier II: Small Group Targeted Instruction. This group teaching may occur through a push-in and/or pull-out method. It could also occur through an after-school program.
- Tier III: Intensive Instruction. Delivered outside the classroom through pull-out smaller groups or one-on-one time. The FACTS Ed teacher regularly collaborates with classroom teachers to ensure students’ needs are being met and progress is being made.
Benefits for Administrators
- Improved learning for students
- Students receive specialized instruction without a disruption to other students’ learning
- Classroom teachers don’t need to slow the progress of the entire class to meet individual students’ challenges
- Parents remain happy with level of education provided
Benefits for Teachers
- Ability to fulfill lesson plans without falling behind because of the need to provide one-to-one attention with students challenged by individual lessons
- Students with specific challenges re-enter regular classroom teaching up to speed
- Collaboration with Title 1 instructors to ensure progress is made for all students
Benefits for Families
- Families with students who aren’t challenged by particular lessons aren’t negatively impacted by teachers who need to spend time with individual students who may be struggling
- Families with a student who needs individual instruction in order to progress through particular lessons receive the best instruction possible